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Until what time of the day can one pray the Shacharit prayers?

by Rabbi DovBer Pinson

  

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Best to pray before the first third of the day is up. If you didn't, then try to make it before one half of the day is up.


You calculate one third or one half by taking sunrise and sunset and doing some simple division. You can usually find these times in your local newspaper, or at: http://www.chabad.org/calendar/location.asp?AID=143790.


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